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      2D and 3D Immobilization of Carbon Nanomaterials into PEDOT via Electropolymerization of a Functional Bis-EDOT Monomer 

      Domínguez Alfaro, Antonio; Gómez, I. Jénnifer; Alegret Ramón, Nuria; Mecerreyes Molero, David ORCID; Prato, Maurizio (MDPI, 2021-01-29)
      Carbon nanomaterials (CNMs) and conjugated polymers (CPs) are actively investigated in applications such as optics, catalysis, solar cells, and tissue engineering. Generally, CNMs are implemented in devices where the ...
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      39 hints to facilitate the use of semantics for data on agriculture and nutrition 

      Caracciolo, C.; Aubin, S.; Jonquet, C.; Amdouni, E.; David, R.; Garcia, L.; Whitehead, B.; Roussey, C.; Stellato, A.; Villa, F. (Data Science Journal, 2020)
      In this paper, we report on the outputs and adoption of the Agrisemantics Working Group of the Research Data Alliance (RDA), consisting of a set of recommendations to facilitate the adoption of semantic technologies and ...
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      3D Printable and Biocompatible Iongels for Body Sensor Applications 

      Luque, Gisela C.; Picchio, Matías L.; Martins, Ana P. S.; Domínguez Alfaro, Antonio; Ramos Gómez, Nicolás; Del Agua López, Isabel; Marchiori, Bastien; Mecerreyes Molero, David ORCID; Minari, Roque Javier; Tomé, Liliana C. (Wiley, 2021-08)
      Soft-ionic materials with biocompatibility and 3D printability are needed to develop next-generation devices to interface between electronic and biological signals. Herein, thermoreversible and biocompatible ionic liquid ...
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      3D Printed Bioplastics with Shape-Memory Behavior Based on Native Bovine Serum Albumin 

      Sánchez Rexach, Eva Gloria ORCID; Smith, Patrick T. ORCID; Gómez López, Álvaro ORCID; Fernandez, Maxence ORCID; López Cortajarena, Aitziber ORCID; Sardon Muguruza, Haritz; Nelson, Alshakim ORCID (ACS, 2022-04-19)
      Bio-based plastics that can supplant petroleum-derived materials are necessary to meet the future demands of sustainability in the life cycle of plastic materials. While there are significant efforts to develop protein-based ...
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      3D Scaffolds Based on Conductive Polymers for Biomedical Applications 

      Alegret Ramón, Nuria; Domínguez Alfaro, Antonio; Mecerreyes Molero, David ORCID (ACS Publications, 2019-01-14)
      3D scaffolds appear to be a cost-effective ultimate answer for biomedical applications, facilitating rapid results while providing an environment similar to in vivo tissue. These biomaterials offer large surface areas ...
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      A bayesian estimation of the economic effects of the Common Fisheries Policy on the Galician Fleet: a dynamic stochastic general equilibrium approach 

      Colla-De-Robertis, Esteban; Da Rocha, José María; García-Cutrín, Javier; Gutiérrez Goiria, Jorge ORCID; Prellezo Iguarán, Raúl (Elsevier, 2019-01-01)
      What would have happened if a relatively looser fisheries policy had been implemented in the European Union (EU)? Using Bayesian methods a Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) model is estimated to assess the ...
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      A broad perspective to particle-laden fluid interfaces systems: from chemically homogeneous particles to active colloids 

      Guzmán, Eduardo; Martínez Pedrero, Fernando; Calero, Carles; Maestro Martín, Armando; Ortega, Francisco; Rubio, Ramón G. (Elsevier, 2022-04)
      Particles adsorbed to fluid interfaces are ubiquitous in industry, nature or life. The wide range of properties arising from the assembly of particles at fluid interface has stimulated an intense research activity on shed ...
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      A comparative analysis of detachment forces and energies in initial and mature cell-material interaction 

      Wysotzki, Philipp; Sancho Erkizia, Ana ORCID; Gimsa, Jan; Groll, Jürgen (Elsevier, 2020-06)
      Single cell force spectroscopy (SCFS) enables data on interaction forces to be acquired during the very early adhesion phase. However, SCFS detachment forces and energies have not been compared so far with the forces and ...
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      A contact mechanics study of 3D frictional conformal contact 

      Blanco Lorenzo, Julio; Santamaría Manrique, Javier ORCID; García Vadillo, Ernesto ORCID; Correa García, Nekane ORCID (Elsevier, 2018-03)
      A contact mechanics study of three-dimensional conformal contact with friction is presented, based on numerical calculations with Finite Element models and an extension of Kalker's exact contact theory which takes into ...
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      A context -and template- based data compression approach to improve resource-constrained IoT systems interoperability. 

      Berzosa Macho, Jorge (2019-03-15)
      El objetivo del Internet de las Cosas (the Internet of Things, IoT) es el de interconectar todo tipo de cosas, desde dispositivos simples, como una bombilla o un termostato, a elementos más complejos y abstractoscomo una ...
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      Markanday, A.; Galarraga, I.; Markandya, A. (Climate Change Economics, 2019-11-01)
      his study systematically reviews the scientific literature (n=56) on cost-benefit analysis (CBA) of adaptation measures in cities and similar urban environments. The review is conducted to assess existing or proposed actions ...
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      A Dialogue-Act Taxonomy for a Virtual Coach Designed to Improve the Life of Elderly 

      Montenegro Portillo, César; López Zorrilla, Asier ORCID; Olaso Fernández, Javier Mikel; Santana Hermida, Roberto ORCID; Justo Blanco, Raquel ORCID; Lozano Alonso, José Antonio ORCID; Torres Barañano, María Inés ORCID (MDPI, 2019-07-11)
      This paper presents a dialogue act taxonomy designed for the development of a conversational agent for elderly. The main goal of this conversational agent is to improve life quality of the user by means of coaching sessions ...
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      A Differentiable Generative Adversarial Network for Open Domain Dialogue 

      López Zorrilla, Asier ORCID; De Velasco Vázquez, Mikel ORCID; Torres Barañano, María Inés ORCID (2019-04)
      This work presents a novel methodology to train open domain neural dialogue systems within the framework of Generative Adversarial Networks with gradient-based optimization methods. We avoid the non-differentiability related ...
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      A Dual-Species Bose-Einstein Condensate with Attractive Interspecies Interactions 

      Burchianti, Alessia; D’Errico, Chiara; Prevedelli, Marco; Salasnich, Luca; Ancilotto, Francesco; Modugno, Michele; Minardi, Francesco; Fort, Chiara (MDPI, 2020-03-21)
      We report on the production of a 41 K- 87 Rb dual-species Bose–Einstein condensate with tunable interspecies interaction and we study the mixture in the attractive regime; i.e., for negative values of the interspecies ...
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      A dynamic assessment of instrument interaction and timing alternatives in the EU low-carbon policy mix design 

      Corradini, M.; Costantini, V,; Markandya, A.; Paglialunga, E.; Sforna, G. (ENERGY POLICY, 2018)
      The European Union low-carbon strategy includes a range of complementary policies. Potential interactions between instruments and different timing of their implementation can influence the cost and likelihood of achieving ...
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      A Fair and Scalable Mechanism for Resource Allocation: The Multilevel QPQ Approach 

      Doncel Vicente, Josu ORCID; De la Pisa Arribas, Luis; Santos, Agustín; Fernández Anta, Antonio (IEEE, 2020-12-29)
      In this paper the problem of distributing resources among a collection of users (or players) is explored. These players have independent preferences to get these resources and can be dishonest about their preferences in ...
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      A flexible strain-responsive sensor fabricated from a biocompatible electronic ink via an additive-manufacturing process 

      Britton, James; Krukiewicz, Katarzyna; Chandrana, Malu; Fernández Hernández, Jorge ORCID; Poudel, Anup; Sarasua Oiz, José Ramón ORCID; FitzGerald, Una; Biggs, Manus J.P. (2021-08)
      Biosensor technologies are of great interest for applications in wearable electronics, soft robotics and implantable biomedical devices. To accelerate the adoption of electronics for chronic recording of physiological ...
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      A fluorogenic cyclic peptide for imaging and quantification of drug-induced apoptosis 

      Barth, Nicole D.; Subirós Funosas, Ramón; Mendive Tapia, Lorena; Duffin, Rodger; Shields, Mario A.; Cartwright, Jennifer A.; Troeira Henriques, Sónia; Sot, Jesús; Goñi Urcelay, Félix María ORCID; Lavilla, Rodolfo; Marwick, John A.; Vermeren, Sonja; Rossi, Adriano G.; Egeblad, Mikala; Dransfield, Ian; Vendrell, Marc (Nature, 2020-08-12)
      Programmed cell death or apoptosis is a central biological process that is dysregulated in many diseases, including inflammatory conditions and cancer. The detection and quantification of apoptotic cells in vivo is hampered ...
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      A Generic ROS-Based Control Architecture for Pest Inspection and Treatment in Greenhouses Using a Mobile Manipulator 

      Martin Garechana, Jon ORCID; Ansuategi Cobo, Ander; Maurtua Ormaetxea, Iñaki; Gutierrez, Aitor; Obregón, David; Casquero Oyarzabal, Oscar ORCID; Marcos Muñoz, Margarita ORCID (IEEE, 2021-07-12)
      To meet the demands of a rising population greenhouses must face the challenge of producing more in a more efficient and sustainable way. Innovative mobile robotic solutions with flexible navigation and manipulation ...
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      A High Performance All-Polymer Symmetric Faradaic Deionization Cell 

      Fombona-Pascual, Alba; Patil, Nagaraj; García-Quismondo, Enrique; Goujon, Nicolas; Mecerreyes Molero, David ORCID; Marcilla, Rebeca; Palma, Jesús; Lado, Julio L. (Elsevier, 2023-02-18)
      Faradaic deionization (FDI) is an emerging and promising electrochemical technology for stable and efficient water desalination. Battery-type energy storage materials applied in FDI have demonstrated to achieve higher ...